Mary Nightingale is an English television presenter and a newsreader that is known for her roles in the ITV for hosting the shows like Britain’s Best Dish which was a cookery series in the year 2011. She was born in the year 1963, 26th May which makes her age 53 years at present. Her bio includes the following details.
She went to St. Margaret’s School which is an independent school for girls situated near Royal Devon. After completing her schooling, she went on and achieved BA majoring in The English language from Bedford College affiliated to the University of London which has currently been merged with Royal Holloway.
She started her career in journalism debuting as a presenter and as a writer on World Business Satellite working for TV Tokyo. Afterward, she went to work for BBC World’s World Business Report as a presenter and as a writer whose main job was to cover the corporate and economic news.
She also has a history of working for Reuters Financial Television in the year 1994 where she was a presenter in the financial program which used to be broadcasted every morning.
She was a co-presenter in the series named Carlton Country which is about the lifestyle in village and on a Holiday Program on BBC One. In the year 1994, she became the first presenter of “After 5” in the evening show. In the year 1991, she worked as a co-presenter for the ITV’s coverage of the Rugby World Cup in Ireland, France and Britain. Later in the year 1996, she started presenting in the BBC’s Two Ski Sunday.
Her career in presenting does not end here; she also has anchored the program named “Wish You Were Here” starting from the year 1999 till 2001. She also was a presenter in the program named “The Really Good Food Show”.
She got promoted to the Evening news in the ITV in the year 2001 and she resigned from London Tonight. She also was a part of the ITN team which covered the general election in the year 2001. She has become an occasional presenter for the ITV Lunchtime News and ITV News weekend bulletins and she previously acted as a relief presenter on the ITV News in the year 2015.
In the year 2011, in the month of April, Mark Nicholas was replaced by her in the ItV daytime cookery show named Britain’s Best Dish.
In the year 2012, she presented the “William and Kate: The South Seas Tour” on ITV. She also won the TRIC awards for being the Newscaster of the year.
Talking about her personal life, she has been married to Paul Fenwick who is her current husband and the couple is blessed with two children. They have been married for about 16 years now. Her husband used to be Human resource director of the Trailfinders.
She has been in numerous charities programs which include the Rainbow trust, Willow Foundation, and action for children. She is also known for her philanthropist acts. She has an estimated net worth of over a million dollar and she is 5 feet and 6 inches in height. The color of her eyes is black brown.